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I know there are some edugeekers on here from the US of A, so was wondering if they could ...
21st December 2012, 08:04 PM #1
Decent US host
I know there are some edugeekers on here from the US of A, so was wondering if they could provide recommendations for a decent US based host.
As a minimum I'm looking for 4 websites, 4 mySQL databases, 4 email accounts and PHP support. Most I'm looking to spend is around £6 a month.
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21st December 2012, 08:07 PM #2
Depends if there's a specific goal etc in mind, but what about the normals e.g. GoDaddy etc? Web Hosting | Cloud Based Hosting & Unlimited Bandwidth - Go Daddy
Currently on offer at $4, but only like $7 normally. Smaller packages etc too if you want.
From $4.05 $4.05 /month
•150 GB Space
•Unlimited Websites∞ & Bandwidth
•500 Email Accounts2
•25 MySQL Databases (1 GB ea.)
21st December 2012, 08:27 PM #3
Godaddy's website is horrible. It's so hard to find things.
21st December 2012, 09:23 PM #4
@mossj88 Have a look at Shared Hosting: unlimited web hosting from HostNine
Domains Allowed - 100
Server Locations - US, UK, Singapore, Netherlands
Storage Space - Unlimited
Bandwidth - Unlimited
Dedicated IP - +$2 / MONTH
SSL Certificate - +$39.95 / YEAR
$6.95 per month (about £4.30 per month)
Last edited by stevehill06; 21st December 2012 at 09:30 PM.
Thanks to stevehill06 from:
mossj88 (21st December 2012)
21st December 2012, 09:59 PM #5
GoDaddy's control panel is slooow, I use them for domain names (only for consistency) but thanks anyway for the suggestion.
Originally Posted by Steve21
HostNine looks ideal, especially as I'll be looking to expand websites into other countries.
21st December 2012, 10:05 PM #6
Not a US member, but I use Dynadot.com for my US hosting needs. Very good service, excellent pricing and their control panel is good too. If you do use them, I'd love it if you could use my referral code. It is 9V7W8IA6Q6ac73. Their Advanced Hosting plan at $60 a year would cover what you want. I've been a customer for about 6 or so years now I think, and spend about $140 a year there and have never had a single complaint.
I'd also not want to go with anyone who says 'unlimited' storage... No such thing. It usually means servers are going to be over-provisioned.
Last edited by localzuk; 21st December 2012 at 10:10 PM.
7th January 2013, 01:52 PM #7
If I give you a script can you see if it runs? (it uses CURL to lookup Gumtree ad's and echo's the specifics), I know some hosts disable CURL.
Originally Posted by localzuk
19th January 2013, 10:40 AM #8
I use these guys and they are much better than GoDaddy, and really reliable. Cpanel is great and i find it better than plesk. Cost does depend on the type of hosting you want, but there is a basic webhosting package with unlimited storage and unlimited bandwidth for $6 -> Buy-HTTP
23rd January 2013, 04:36 AM #9
- Rep Power
I have been running sites for about 10 years and have been using Hostgator for most of that time with no issues other then ones I have caused..lol. Great support and very responsive to anything I need. I started out on shared, moved to reseller, and now I'm on a VPS through them.
23rd January 2013, 07:47 PM #10
Four sites? You wont get many offers for $6.00 a month you must think the world owes you a break lol.
23rd January 2013, 09:22 PM #11
Any reason why it needs to be US?
23rd January 2013, 11:22 PM #12
Inmotion Hosting gets my vote.
24th January 2013, 09:34 AM #13
The fact that many have already found hosts that offer this... is what exactly? Great first post, won't be touching your company with a barge pole...
Originally Posted by southeast-hosting
Last edited by mossj88; 24th January 2013 at 10:36 AM.
24th January 2013, 09:36 AM #14
I have a UK host already and will be looking at launching my suite of sites in the US shortly, which means I'll get improved speed and SEO with a host local to my visitors.
Originally Posted by Edu-IT
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